There was a distinct taste of the 1940s at the weekend when the clock went back in West Norfolk.
Everyone from members of the Home Guard to the Land Army gathered on the Tuesday Market Place in King’s Lynn for a Life on the Home Front event.
Music from the times, a model Spitfire and characters from Dad’s Army were all in town on Sunday.
The air raid tunnels under the Tuesday Market Place were open to the public and queues of visitors had a look round.
The butchers van belonging to Cpl Jones of Dad’s Army also came to Lynn from the Thetford museum dedicated to the programme.